Jean-Lou Siweck named director of public radio 100,7
Jean-Lou Siweck has been appointed director of public radio station 100,7, the broadcaster announced on Friday, after a governing board decision.
Before, Siweck was the managing director of the Editpress group from 2018 and the editor-in-chief of the daily newspaper Tageblatt.
Jean-Lou Siweck worked as a journalist for Lëtzebuerger Land in 1998, and from 2001 he was a member of the newly formed Le Quotidien. In 2013, he became editor-in -chief of Luxemburger Wort and board member of the Saint-Paul group. After that, he was Prime Minister Xavier Bettel's economic adviser for six months from 2017 to 2018. He was appointed a board member of 100,7 in 2018 after a government decision.
For one year, Jean-Lou Siweck was also the President of the Press Council.
Jean-Lou Siweck will take over the post on 16 September 2021.
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